It’s strange isn’t it, here I am saying that I don’t really read books with romance in them and yet, here we are with the second book in a row which feature romance fairly heavily. Well I can assure you that next week it will be something totally different! But for now it’s time for me to tell you how much I loved reading The Night Circus.
I have just got my hands on the sequel so I thought it would be a good time to post my review of Wintersong. I am listening to the Wintersong playlist that S Jae-Jones shared on Twitter a little while ago and it’s snowing outside, so I am feeling like I am right there in the book.
I fell in love with the idea of Girls Made of Snow and Glass from the moment I read the blurb so I asked for it as a Christmas pressie and I am so glad I did! I couldn’t wait to write my review, I just had so much to say, there are a few general spoilery type things in here (the book has been out since September 2017) but they are broad comments rather than specific details.
I couldn’t wait for the second book in The Loom Saga, so I thought I would be lovely and post my review of the second book in the series sooner rather than later. As you can imagine, with how amazing the first book in the series was, I had pretty high hopes for The Dragons of Nova and it was even better than I had hoped!
I was beyond excited to hear about a book set in a world where time, or rather that time people have left of their life is used as a currency. It’s such a unique concept, I couldn’t wait to read it once it was published on the 2nd of January 2018. So, as you can imagine, I was over the moon when it appeared in my December 2017 Fairyloot Box which arrived about 3 weeks before the publication date.